You’re Invited! “Fabrics- The New Software” Networking Event, November 29

Recent breakthroughs in fibers and fabrics are transforming these age-old materials into high tech for the first time in history – creating in the process new opportunities for fabric-based startups and entrepreneurs! Fabrics that can see, hear, sense, communicate, store and converts energy, regulate temperature, monitor health and change color will soon be possible.

If you are interested in learning more about the Fabric Revolution and the exciting new opportunities in this space, please join us for the first “Fabric- the New Software” Networking event on Thursday, November 29, 2018 from 6pm-8pm at AFFOA HQ (Advanced Functional Fabrics of America) in Cambridge, MA.
This event is designed to develop, inspire, and connect entrepreneurs interested in transforming the fibers and textiles industry. Attendees will engage with emerging advanced fibers and fabrics first hand, and meet the 2018-2019 cohort of the Advanced Fabric Entrepreneurship Program (AFEP). Speakers and presenters at the event represent some of the current and future leaders, entrepreneurs, and startups in the revolutionary fibers and textiles industry.

You're Invited! "Fabrics- The New Software" Networking Event, November 29

NextFlex Workshop: Mechanical Test Methods for Flexible Electronics

Come and Join us on November 29th, 2018 at 1:30pm at UMass Lowell, Saab ETIC for a NextFlex workshop on mechanical test methods for FHE components and devices.

The objective of the workshop is to summarize results and disseminate knowledge and awareness across the flexible hybrid electronics industry. The purpose of the workshop is to:
1) Present the results of NextFlex funded projects on the mechanical test methods of FHE components and devices, a topic specifically addressed in NextFlex second solicitation – Four academic teams will present their approach.
2) Raise awareness of the capabilities and infrastructure developed in this project so that the local, regional and national community takes advantage of it
3) Discuss industrial needs not covered by the developed tests to steer future research efforts in FHE-relevant directions.

This is a free event.

NextFlex Workshop: Mechanical Test Methods for Flexible Electronics